KMFA Spring Membership Drive
March 2 - 8, 2017
Items will be ordered after the drive. Please allow 6 – 8 weeks for delivery.
KMFA New Member Happy Hour
First-time KMFA contributors will receive an invitation to attend the KMFA New Member Happy Hour at Gusto Italian Kitchen + Wine Bar in April 2017. This is a great opportunity to meet KMFA announcers and staff, mingle with fellow classical music lovers, and enjoy complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvres.
INVITATION WILL BE SENT 2 WEEKS AFTER THE END OF THE DRIVE.
100% cotton KMFA bandana in 2 sizes! This red bandana features an updated “Cowboys & Copland” graphic and the new KMFA logo. The small is perfect for tiny pets, and the large size can fit humans or larger dogs.
Small: 14” x 14” 20” Diagonal
Large: 22” x 22” x 29” Diagonal
KMFA Logo T-Shirt
100% cotton t-shirt in teal features an artistic interpretation of everything we love about Austin — including the Capitol Building and the bats — in a design made famous by our Metronome of Austin. Shirts will be shipped in late March 2017. Available in S, M, L, XL and XXL.
La Follia Austin Baroque and KMFA 89.5 present Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons CD
Recorded live on February 21 – 22, 2015 at First Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas. Featuring KMFA Announcers Chris Johnson, Jeffrey Blair and Renee Beale.
KMFA Baseball Cap
The KMFA Baseball Cap is in light grey with the newly redesigned KMFA logo in navy blue and aqua embroidery on the front. “Austin, Texas” is embroidered in navy blue on the back of the hat.
KMFA Go Local Card
Explore all that Central Texas has to offer with your KMFA Go Local Card, featuring sweet deals at over 400 local businesses including Torchy’s Tacos, Alamo Drafthouse and more.
KMFA Tote Bag
Boat tote features 30" handles, outside pocket and zippered top closure. Made of 24 oz. cotton. The bag is sturdy enough to carry heavier grocery items, to be used as an airline carry-on or gym bag. Product size: 24"W x 14"H X 7"D.
50 Classical Masterworks 3-CD Set
In honor of KMFA’s 50th Birthday, we’re offering this 50 Classical Masterworks 3-CD Set. Released in November 2016, it features some of the very best recordings from Deutsche Grammophon’s vast library.
THIS ITEM SHIPS LATE MARCH 2017.
The History of Classical Music in 24 Hours – 24-CD Boxed Set
The History of Classical Music in 24 Hours is a collection that can spark a life-long interest in classical music.
Thematically arranged on 24 discs, The History weaves its way from Medieval Music to Minimalism, with many stops along the way: The Renaissance, Baroque (vocal and instrumental), the great Concertos, the Rise of the Virtuoso, a three disc focus on opera and more.
Featured are some of classical music’s most popular works: Symphonies from Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, Schubert and Brahms, perennial favorites including Spring from the Four Seasons, Barber’s Adagio, Ravel’s Bolero and Concertos by Rachmaninov, Dvoák and Schumann.
Artists include Claudio Abbado, Martha Argerich, Leonard Bernstein, Plácido Domingo, Emerson String Quartet, Carlos Kleiber, James Levine, Nathan Milstein, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Bryn Terfel and Fritz Wunderlich.
THIS ITEM SHIPS LATE MARCH 2017.
KMFA Membership Breakfast Invitation
Anyone who contributes at this level will receive an invitation for 2 to attend KMFA’s Annual Membership Breakfast on the morning of Saturday, April 1, 2016 – featuring Suzanne Bona of Sunday Baroque.
INVITATION WILL BE SENT IN MARCH 2017.
KMFA Day Sponsor
Opportunity to have 6 day sponsorship messages air on KMFA on a mutually agreed upon date. Message must be compliant with FCC regulations. Day sponsorship arrangements can be made with Virginia Alvarez, Development Manager, at 512-615-6902.
KMFA Business Sponsorship
Starting at just $42/Month, businesses have the opportunity to offer a matching grant during a KMFA Membership Drive. Company information will be listed in the Business Circle section of KMFA.org for 1 year. Business Circle Sponsorship arrangements can be made with David Hammond, Director of Development, at 512-615-6903.
KMFA Masters Circle
As the name implies, the Masters' Circle was inspired by Leonard Masters, KMFA's founding voice. His commitment to classical music was unwavering. All of KMFA's founders believed that Central Texas would be a better place to live if we had a publicly funded and vibrant classical music station. Masters' Circle members share in that same commitment and vision today.
Masters’ Circle members enjoy exclusive benefits, including opportunities to go behind the scenes, meet our hosts and leadership team, and be recognized on air. More information is available from David Hammond, Director of Development, at 512-615-6903.